Union, Dearest Union

This is where we used to live
Broken glass, broke and hungry
Broken hearts and broken bones
This is where we used to live

-The Old Apartment, Barenaked Ladies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Union, Dearest Union

  1. Emily Matthews Nelson says:

    I am just in awe of the magnitude of the damage to the buildings at Union! But I have to be so proud of the ripple effect of the powerful testimony that the administration, faculty and students have been able to share with the world these past few days. On local and national news programs, I have heard the words “providence of God”, “miracle” and other various words to describe the events of Tuesday night. God showed His power over nature in the storm and His power to sustain life in those dorm rooms. What a mighty God we serve!

  2. amy says:

    I graduated from UU in 97 and had many friends over in Jones (many I think that you knew) and I am so sad I want to just throw up..Im not sure why Im so sad.

    Thankful no one was hurt!

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